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  • 04.11.2014 - TNE Spa - Radioactivity measuring systems
    • TNE is a leading provider in the nuclear physics, industrial and health and medical physics sectors; it also operates in nuclear sites and in the radiation protection and radiotherapy markets. In the industrial field, TNE provides fixed and portable technologies and systems for radioactivity monitoring in steelworks, foundries, refineries, waste-to-energy plants, landfills and hospitals.
      One of TNE's flagship products is the GammaEntry automatic portal system capable of checking vehicles and detecting radioactivity in their load. In case the vehicles to be inspected everyday are few, TNE offers RadSg2R, a portable inexpensive and reliable device.
      All systems comply with the standards in force (UNI 10897, UE 333/11, etc.) and come in different configurations to meet the customers' needs.
      TNE will be in Verona next June to present its products and their applications.
  • 04.09.2014 - Recycling industry: growth outlook for the aluminium sector
    • According to a study by the Research area of Banca Monte dei Paschi di Siena, while the European primary aluminium production is facing a crisis due to elevated energy costs, the recycling industry is reporting good performance. The study shows that Italy, accounting for a 1.3-million ton yearly consumption of unwrought aluminium products and over 1,600 companies involved, ranks second only to Germany in Western Europe but suffers from poor primary production, which has almost disappeared, and low global demand. The historic high in unwrought aluminium production in Italy was reported in 2007 with 2.1 million tons: in as little as six years this figure has dropped by almost 40%, a real shock that the Italian industry is having a difficult time to adjust to, especially when considering that the aluminium consumption global trend has been growing steadily even in the last few years, in particular in those countries where the pro-capita consumption of aluminium is lower than in Europe and North America. In fact analysts say that the global demand of primary aluminium is expected to reach a 64-million ton record in 2017. On the long run, the study explains that growth margins exist in two sectors where Italy boasts a state-of-the-art position: as for applications, engineering constructions such as bridges, vertical and modular structures, airports; as for production, Italy ranks third after the USA and Japan in the recycling industry, and the domestic sector involves over 200 companies counting 35,000 operators and producing approx. 1 million tpy of metal mostly destined to exportation. The Italian recycling industry is a cornerstone for the whole European green economy: suffice it to say that in 2010 this activity enabled to save in Italy 160,000 tons of oil needed to produce primary aluminium and avoided the emission of 371,000 tons of carbon dioxide. According to the study by the Research area of Banca Monte dei Paschi di Siena, if the industrial restructuring process under way is successful, the Italian aluminium industry will be in a position to take off again in the years to come and be a driving force for other sectors.
  • 04.08.2014 - Assofermet - Monitoring the commodities for the iron and steel industry
    • The month of March saw a further drop in prices in the first half that was not confirmed in the second one. Resumption of supplies at the Port of Marghera indicates a still receptive market, even though there seems to be a glut of stock.
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